“George and Julie become ‘Elves on the Shelf’ to earn Christmas cash”
“Halitzkas mangle history in quest for overdue Christmas newsletter”
“Halitzkas try to become normal.”
Trinity Ecumenical Parish is a Presbyterian, Lutheran, and Episcopalian church — all at the same time. What joins its people together is a shared mission.
Okay, this one isn’t a sermon: It’s a 15-minute interview with George about the value of stories in our Christian lives.
Do you believe Jesus is still in the miracles business–even in twenty-first century America? I do.
You wish that you could believe in God–but it seems impossible right now. How can you rebuild a broken faith?
When doubt plagues your soul, there’s nowhere left to turn–except the God you aren’t sure that you believe in.
Maybe this year at Christmas, things don’t look merry and bright. Maybe the problems in your life just stand out more clearly around the holidays. If that’s the case, you should take a trip to the manger.
What does it mean that God blesses the poor, the merciful, and the mourners? Jesus’ first sermon (we call it the Beatitudes) may be enough to turn your life upside down.